|Item Weight||82.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||21.3 x 6.3 x 8.58 inches|
|Item model number||1510200|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1510200|
|OEM Part Number||1510200|
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Superwinch 1510200 LP10000 Winch, 10,000lbs/4536kg single line pull with roller fairlead, and 12' handheld remote
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- 12 VDC/5.1 hp weather-sealed series wound motor with a 10,000-lb pull rating
- 85' of 3/8" steel wire rope with heavy-duty latched hook and rope thimble and automatic, mechanical load holding braking
- 12' rubber handheld remote for safe operating distances
- Weather-sealed solenoid and circuit breaker
- Powder-coated 4-way roller fairlead and a free spooling lever action clutch
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The LP10000 winch is designed to fit most any 4x4 vehicle, as well as trailers, RVs and similarly sized vehicles. Its ease of use also makes it an excellent utility winch. Along with a powerful 10,000-LB line pull rating via 85 feet of 3/8" steel wire rope and a 5.1 hp series wound motor powered by an easy to establish permanent connection to your vehicle battery, the LP10000 features the power and reliability of a planetary gear train. Additional features include, a lever action freespooling clutch allowing users to quickly disengage the motor and manually draw out as much winch rope as needed, at any time, a standard heavy-duty power-coated roller fairlead (mounting plate sold separately), a heavy-duty latched hook with thimble and a two-year limited warranty.
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Here come the important details... To mount the winch, you have to pull all the cable (free-spool) out of the winch to get your fingers into the tiny holes to fit the nuts into. No big deal. Here is the first problem I had with the winch. My buddy and I engaged the winch to coil in the winch line and it didn't work. We checked all the connections and everything was fine. Once I hit the top of the winch with my fist, it started right up! I didn't use the winch until weeks later and I had the same problem with the unit not working. Once again, I tapped the top of the winch and was able to pull my first car onto the trailer. As soon as I got home and had some tools in front of me, off came the plastic box that covers the main battery leads. I could not believe what I found. Three of the six nuts that are used to fasten something electrical were laying at the bottom of the wiring box and the other three were loose (like hand-tightened loose). Once I reattached and tightened everything the winch worked flawlessly.
Aside from the wiring issue, my only other complaint is that the handheld remote is only 15 feet long. This is a perfect length if you are inside of your jeep and the winch is mounted to your bumper, but if you are by yourself and trying to steer a car while winching it onto an 18' car trailer you're screwed. Maybe I should have spent the extra $100 and bought the Superwinch S5000 with has a 30' remote. Go figure.
The plugin for the remote on the solenoid box broke pretty much immediately before I even had it mounted to the receiver plate so I ended up gluing it back together and have to treat it delicately. It jams up if I try to reverse the winch with even a light load on it, which is really bad when you need to back something off the trailer to re position it. It still winches in for now but I'm seriously contemplating just getting rid of it for something else before it completely gives out at a bad time.
I own another winch on my Bronco, a Smittybuilt 9,500 and it's been a MUCH better winch. I'm considering another Smittybuilt to replace this Superwinch but maybe something smaller so it's easier to carry on the removable mount.
I have a Superwinch 12500 solenoid box just went bad also. I bought another lp10000 because the wiring I was lazy to wire in another brand. I will however try and rebuild the solenoid box on the 12500. No customer service at this time Westin bought the company don’t know if they will continue with Superwinch though.
Very easy install as the solenoid is already placed and wired on the side of the winch. Just had to bolt it to the front bumper and run the wires to the battery.
I didn't use the supplied hawse as I already had an aluminum one on my bumper, The supplied one is painted black and is pretty heavy.
Connected the remote control and it started right up.
Looks to be nicely made.
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The remotehandle, on the other hand, is not so great. The cord is a bit short, so its tough to operate from the drivers seat when the winch is mounted to the rear of the truck. The wiring has shorted out in muliple places and needed to be replaced. It was a simple 10 minute job, but the original wire died when the truck was block deep in the mud and the sun was setting.
Remote wiring aisde, the winch has pulled me out of every jam and has been reliable. If I was buying again, I might go for the synthetic rope as you need to keep some gloves around to handle the steel cable.